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Bastian

Bastian


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Bastian is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

Bastian's story is a heartbreaking one. He lived alone in the backyard of his owner's home and his only interaction with them was when they would go out back to put food for him. He had a skin condition that they were afraid may have been contagious so they never touched him and sadly never took him to a vet to be treated.

They really weren't sure how old he was, but said they had had him for three years. His condition had been left untreated for so long that he had mutilated himself by scratching and chewing. After all basic treatment showed little improvement, bloodwork would show that Bastian not only had food but environmental allergies as well. After months of treatment he has shown great improvement but will require a lifetime of medications, medicated baths, and special diet.

Lost Angels will make sure that Bastian is well cared for, has a good quality of life and plenty of hugs, ear scratches and kisses for the rest of his life.

Help us to care for Bastian by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Bastian.

Bella


Bella

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Bella is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

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I have been given the name Bella and this is my story. I was wandering the streets alone, scared and hungry when I was hit by an SUV. A very kind lady happened to be driving by on her way to work and saw me laying under a car surrounded by people.....she was so sad for me and spen the whole day making calls to surrounding vet offices, the animal emergency hospital, until she finally found me at animal services.

Miraculously I had survived with only a few minor abrasions. but unfortunately for me I was not microchipped nor did my owner come looking for me so I was placed on the list to be euthanized. Once again my guardian angel had been monitoring my situation and she came to my rescue by finding me a wonderful foster home with Lost Angels to take me in.

I so live my life here, my new humans and the other dogs I get to play with. Sadly, I did not have a very good life before this happened to me and I do not trust new people. Seeing as I have settled in so nicely here, my foster parents are very happy to have me live out my life here with them where I feel safe and happy. Lost Angels along with my foster parents will be sure that I receive any care needed over my lifetime and I am forever grateful to them and my loving foster family.

Help us to care for Bella by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Bella.



MORE ABOUT COOPER:

Cooper is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

Cooper was taken from a very high-rate kill shelter when he was already a very old man. He is blind and needs eye drops everyday. He also needs regular grooming, medication for his skin, dry eye drops, and grain-free food. He needs ear meds every six weeks for chronic ear infections. He had so many rotten teeth that the vet accidentally broke his jaw with the removal of his teeth. He still needs more dental work in the future. Cooper is approximately 12 to 14 years of age.

Help us to care for Cooper by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Cooper.

 


Isana

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Isana is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

Isana is a beautiful 6-year-old female German Shepherd that suffers from perianal fistulas. She came to us from a high-kill shelter in horrible condition and at first we struggled with the decision to put her down. We are happy that we made the choice to give her a fighting chance and although it took several months to recover from pneumonia and the worse case of perianal fistulas that our vets have ever seen, she showed great courage courage and will to survive.

There is no cure for her condition but it can be managed on a special diet and two medications daily which she will require for life. Due to the severity of her condition, when she arrived she sees a dermatologist at Blue Pearl every six months. Our goal is to provide Isana with the best care so that she can continue to have a wonderful quality life.


Help us to care for Isana by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Isana.



Jax (JW)




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Pet ID: 6887451

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Jax is an absolutely precious boy! He showed up in someones yard in horrific condition. He came to us with his entire body having a skin infection and his front two legs were deformed simply, we believe, from malnutrition and poor care. The good news is, he is in a great foster home now, getting the care and attention he deserves. His skin is night and day from what it was originally. We believe his skin issues may be a genetic condition called ichtyosis. Right now he gets special baths a few times a week and daily oral medication management. Jack is kennel trained and does good with other dogs and also lives with a cat. His Jack Russell personality is coming out as he starts to feel better. He likes to chase the other dogs and boss them around. He LOVES food, toys, and attention!

Help us to care for Jax by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Jax. 


*If you are interested in adopting Jax, please fill out an application.


Jena


Jena

Jena is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

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Jena is a 2-year-old female Min Pin that weighs 7 pounds. Sadly, her owner fell ill and had to give her up so that a new loving home could be found for her. She has a very sweet and loving personality. She enjoys being close to her humans and enjoys the company of other dogs. Cats are fun to bark at. Jena was recently diagnosed with Addison's Disease and will require life-long medications of Percorten and Prednisone, which do require a monthly visit to a veterinarian. 

Help us to care for Jena by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Jena. 



King (JW)


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Pet ID: 3097575 (JW)

My name is King and I was the companion of a Veteran with PTSD for the first two years of my life. My owner could no longer care for me and had to give me up. It was a very hard transition for me as I do get very attached to people, but my foster family is really nice and I am now a happy boy. I have been in foster care for over three years now. I even live with two Chihuahuas  I just leave them alone though as they are kind of cranky. I am a loving dog and want to please my master. I am very smart, but can be stubborn. I am very excited when I meet new people. I need to meet new dogs slowly, as it takes me some time to get used to them. King is between 5 and 6 years old, is neutered, up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, and has been heartworm tested (negative). His adoption donation is $150.00.

Help us to care for King by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about King.



Spy



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Spy is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

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Spy is a gorgeous 6-year-old male German Shepherd that came to Lost Angels when his family had to give him up as their new baby was allergic to him. They tried finding him a new home on their own but were running out of time and hated to take him to a shelter as they were afraid he would be euthanized. An injury that he received shortly after birth damaged his lower L7 vertebrae which left him weak in his hind end so he sways when he walks. In addition, when he was about 2 years old he developed food allergies and requires a life-long special diet.

Help us to care for Spy by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Spy.



Tiny Teddy

Teddy


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Teddy is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.

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Teddy came into Foster Care approximately three years ago (?). He's approximately 11 years old. When first placed in foster care, he was very distrustful and did not like being picked up or held. He would growl and sometimes snap. And, when his Foster Mom leaves the house, he lets out a very loud screech that sounds like someone is stepping on his tail. He has separation anxiety. His front feet point outwards and his back legs give out quite often.

Teddy has seizures, but thankfully he is on pheobarbital that keeps them under control. Along with his health issues, marking/spaying indoors, Teddy's grouchy old man temperament, combined, these things make him very hard to adopt, to say the least. But, his Foster Mom loves him and has committed to caring for Teddy.

Please consider sponsoring Teddy to help pay for his medical expenses so he can live out his Senior years in a Forever Foster home where he is loved and cared for! We appreciate if from the bottom of our hears...and Teddy thanks you (in his grouchy old man voice)!


Help us to care for Teddy by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Teddy.




Tootsie


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Tootsie is currently not up for adoption due to serious health issues.











When Lost Angels saved Tootsie from Polk County almost a year ago, it was thought that she suffered from neglect and a severe case of dry eye, which is easily treated with eye drops. When her foster parents picked her up from being spayed and having some teeth extracted, they realized it was more than dry eye. Little Tootsie was totally blind. As if that wasn't enough, she was also deaf. Tootsie couldn't see or hear anything! The vets determined that this was a permanent condition. Evidently this sweet little dog had gone through some horrible trauma. Physical abuse, bait dog attacks, or hit by a car. Who knows? she can't tell us. But with all that Tootsie had been through, she still had a zest for life! She learned her way around the house, made friends with the other doggies, found the water station and her bed. However, her biggest accomplishment was using the doggie door to go out and back in all on her own! No accidents! This special little girl loved attention and adapted to her challenges. Then some medical problems cropped up. Pressure built up in one of her eyes and it had to be removed to stop the pain from getting worse. She had a very rough recovery time. Then she had digestive problems that were thankfully resolved with meds and a special diet. The next problem she had was mammary tumors. So one whole chain of mammaries were removed to prevent cancer from developing. Again she bounced back loving being home again with her other pals and foster parents.

Sadly, Tootsie had one more health issue. Her remaining eye started showing pressure and growing pain. Once again, her eye was removed. And like the fighter she is, Tootsie bounced back to live another day!

Currently this sweet angel is doing wonderfully and we hope that someone will help with her future medical expenses.   

Help us to care for Tootsie by making a one-time or monthly donation. If you give $10 or more each month, we'll send you monthly email updates about Tootsie. 


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